The aims of the Mike Trader’s Mid-America Basketball School will be to teach and develop individual skills and to have fun. The daily schedule will include league games and contests. Players will be divided into separate leagues according to age. Fundamentals will be stressed. Individual drills and training techniques to develop strength, endurance, quickness and jumping ability will be taught. Each camper will be analyzed with the assistance of individual video and attention given to individual technique / correction. Lectures, demonstrations and competition will be according to age level and ability so each camper will have an opportunity to excel.
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What Should You Bring To Camp?
Each camper is responsible for their own linens and towels. Other articles to bring: 1 pair basketball shoes, 5 pairs athletic socks, 5 t-shirts, 3 pairs basketball shorts, bathing suit, pajamas, laundry bag, toilet articles, stationery and pen, sweater or jacket, lightweight blanket and pillow.
One of the outstanding features at Mike Trader’s Mid-America Basketball Camp is that each camper will have their shot digitally recorded and analyzed by a coach during camp. This video will be emailed to the campers home email for the parents/campers to keep and watch. Each camper will have their jump shot
digitally recorded and emailed to their home.
Location & Facilities
Mike Trader’s Mid-America Basketball Camps Individual Sessions will be held for overnight sessions at Doane College (Crete, NE). Campers for the overnight sessions will be housed in air-conditioned dormitories with professional supervision provided. All meals will be served by the regular college food service.
Health & Insurance
We ask each attending camper to be covered by his own personal or family accident and illness insurance. Please list your personal or family insurance company on the application blank on the back page of this form, along with other pertinent insurance information. Campers who do not have personal or family insurance are responsible for their own insurance and must show proof of coverage to attend camp.